He overcame drug addiction. Now he works to save the lives of other addicts on the street

The state of Utah passed legislation in 2016 that made Naloxone, a life-saving overdose reversal drug, available over the counter to non-medical personnel as part of an initiative to reduce opioid related overdose deaths. An organization called One Voice Recovery brings Naloxone kits to addicts in heavily drug addicted areas in an attempt to reduce harm. In addition, One Voice Recovery helps addicts who want to seek treatment get the help they need.

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